Beata Oborny
Beata Oborny
Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest
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The adaptive advantage of phenotypic memory in changing environments
E Jablonka, B Oborny, I Molnar, E Kisdi, J Hofbauer, T Czaran
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B …, 1995
2271995
Growth rules in clonal plants and environmental predictability--a simulation study
B Oborny
Journal of Ecology, 341-351, 1994
1281994
The effect of clonal integration on plant competition for mosaic habitat space
B Oborny, Á Kun, T Czárán, S Bokros
Ecology 81 (12), 3291-3304, 2000
1262000
Models of spatial spread and foraging in clonal plants
B Oborny
The ecology and evolution of clonal plants, 155-183, 1997
1091997
Dynamics of populations on the verge of extinction
B Oborny, Géza Meszéna and György Szabó
Oikos 109 (2), 291-296, 2005
962005
Clonality in plant communities-an overview
B Oborny, S Bartha
Abstracta Botanica, 115-127, 1995
961995
Exploration and exploitation of resource patches by clonal growth: a spatial model on the effect of transport between modules
B Oborny, T Czárán, A Kun
Ecological modelling 141 (1-3), 151-169, 2001
722001
Importance of plasticity and decision‐making strategies for plant resource acquisition in spatio‐temporally variable environments
G Magyar, Á Kun, B Oborny, JF Stuefer
New phytologist 174 (1), 182-193, 2007
642007
Fragmentation of clones: how does it influence dispersal and competitive ability?
B Oborny, Á Kun
Ecology and evolutionary biology of clonal plants, 97-124, 2002
632002
Spacer length in clonal plants and the efficiency of resource capture in heterogeneous environments: a Monte Carlo simulation
B Oborny
Folia Geobotanica 29 (2), 139-158, 1994
551994
From virtual plants to real communities: a review of modelling clonal growth
B Oborny, C Mony, T Herben
Ecological Modelling 234, 3-19, 2012
482012
Transition from connected to fragmented vegetation across an environmental gradient: scaling laws in ecotone geometry
MT Gastner, B Oborny, DK Zimmermann, G Pruessner
The American Naturalist 174 (1), E23-E39, 2009
482009
Survival and competition of clonal plant populations in spatially and temporally heterogeneous habitats
B Oborny, Á Kun
Community Ecology 4 (1), 1-20, 2003
482003
Survival of species in patchy landscapes: percolation in space and time
B Oborny, G Szabó, G Meszéna
Scaling biodiversity, 409-440, 2007
352007
Cooperation and competition in heterogeneous environments: the evolution of resource sharing in clonal plants
K Mágori, B Oborny, U Dieckmann, G Meszéna
IR-03-027, 2003
342003
Spatial constraints masking community assembly rules: a simulation study
S Bartha, T Czárán, B Oborny
Folia Geobotanica 30 (4), 471-482, 1995
301995
Growth rules in clonal plants and predictability of the environment: a simulation study
B Oborny
Journal of Ecology 82, 341-351, 1994
281994
External and internal control in plant development
B Oborny
Complexity 9 (3), 22-28, 2004
272004
Plant growth and foraging for a patchy resource: a credit model
B Oborny, P Englert
Ecological Modelling 234, 20-30, 2012
242012
Population ecology of Allium ursinum, a space-monopolizing clonal plant
B Oborny, Z Botta-Dukat, K Rudolf, T Morschhauser
Acta Botanica Hungarica 53 (3-4), 371-388, 2011
212011
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